He's done it again, folks.
In addition to landing No. 1 overall recruit Travis Hunter last month, Deion Sanders and Jackson State got another commitment from an elite prospect on Saturday during the All-American Bowl when Kevin Coleman announced he'd be playing for Coach Prime. Coleman is the No. 4 receiver and No. 44 overall prospect in the 2022 class.
Here's a list of every school in the country with multiple recruits in the top 50: Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M, LSU, Clemson, Ohio State, Penn State, North Carolina, USC and Jackson State. All I know is everyone should be praying for the rest of the SWAC next season.
JSU's 2022 class is now ranked ahead of a handful of FBS programs, including Navy, Western Kentucky, UAB and North Texas. It bears repeating that this is a program which had gone 18-37 in the five years prior to Coach Prime's arrival. I don't know that we've ever seen a turnaround of this magnitude in this short amount of time at the FBS or FCS level in recent history.
And while the expert consensus was that Coleman would go to Miami, he had a Florida State hat on the table. Hunter was committed to FSU for more than a year when he announced he was flipping to Jackson State. I'd imagine there will be some more Noles fan in the Twitter Spaces today after Deion potentially took another elite recruit away from Tallahassee.
You hate to see it.